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FIT Anti-deficiency foliar fertilisers

The FIT range is formed of plant liquid fertilisers with macro and microelements chelated with plant amino acids and gluconic acid, developed to solve nutritional problems for plants. For balanced fertilisation, it is necessary for the macro and micro elements to be present in correct quantities and proportions. The microelements activate the plant’s metabolism and reduce plants’ sensitivity to diseases and adverse weather and environmental conditions. 


The Trichoderma range is part of the Deuteromycete fungi and imperfect fungi group. It is a saprophytic fungus and is considered to be one of the most potent microbial antagonists. It generally has a high capacity for adaptation and very fast growth. Its distribution around the world is very widespread and it is present in many habitats, particularly in those that contain decomposed organic matter or crop residue. Its development is encouraged by the presence of a high density of roots, therefore the root environment is quickly colonised by this micro-organism.

Trichodermas stimulate plant development. It is difficult to separate the effect they can have on plant growth and the effect of biological control exercised on pathogens and other deleterious micro-organisms, which reduces root growth. 

Arbuscular mycorrhizas

Mycorrhiza is the term used to describe the mutualistic association between the roots of the majority of higher plants (both cultivated and wild) and certain microscopic soil fungi.

 There are various types of mycorrhiza, however, we can say that arbuscular mycorrhiza are the most important and widespread, since they are found in practically every climate, in all types of soil, in a large number of plant species and formed by a greater number of fungal species. This type of mycorrhiza is generally described using the abbreviation AM, although many countries use AMF. 

Atens plant extracts

These are complexes able to stimulate the plant’s physiological development and represent the best method for obtaining better yields, both in terms of quality and quantity. They promote metabolism and cell division, encourage growth and plant development, improve the fruit and increase the plant’s resistance to unfavourable weather conditions and diseases. In addition, they guarantee constant and optimal metabolic activity, allowing the plant to work to the best of its productive capacity. 

Liquid organic fertilisers

Humic acids are natural organic substances (polymers) derived from organic processes involving the decomposition of plant and animal residue. There are presented as complex macromolecules formed mainly of amino acids, carbohydrates and inorganic elements (e.g. silicates).